About your Search

20130313
20130321
Search Results 0 to 19 of about 20 (some duplicates have been removed)
news, exclusive word on the access that u.s. law enforcement now has to a new suspect in the killing of four americans in benghazi, libya. >>> also tonight, an outrageous scheme that claimed to help veterans, but it looks like one big scam. we'll tell you where and how. >>> plus, 62 seconds, that's how long prosecutors cy jodi arias had shortly after taking these photos of her boyfriend, for her boyfriend, to attack her, for her to flee, get a gun, grab a knife and kill him, 62 seconds. hear her answer when confronted with that short time frame and see if you can believe it. >>> and if you think you're watching a skydiver plummet to his death, that's exactly what his dive partner thought at the time. the man who fell to earth at great speed lived. he joins us to tell us what it's like to think you're about to die when you're falling. >>> we begin, though, with breaking news, exclusive news on the suspect in the benghazi apack. we know police have picked up farrage al shibli, held in connection with the terror attack that claimed four american lives, including the ambassador to libya.
evening. we have a full night tonight. breaking news, exclusive word on the access that u.s. law enforcement now has to a new suspect in the killing of four americans in libya. >>> also, an outrageous scheme that claimed to help veterans but looks more like one big scam. we'll tell you where it happened and how. >>> plus 62 seconds. that's how long prosecutors say jodi arias had shortly after taking those photographs of her boyfriend to attack her, her to get a gun, flee and kill him. we will see if you believe it. >>> if you think you're watching the skydiver plummet to his death, that is exactly what his dive partner thought at the time. the man who fell to earth at great speed lived and joins us to tell what it's like when you think you're about to die. >>> we begin with the breaking news. exclusive new details on the suspect in the benghazi attack. we already know libyan authorities have picked up this man, the libyan native, one of about a dozen people they are ek focusing on. he is the only known suspect being held in connection with the terror attack that claimed four amer
county believe is that law enforcement treat crimes and investigations differently, depending on the color of the victim's skin. last summer in rural panola county, johnny lee butts, a 61-year-old black man, walking far off the shoulder of this road, was deliberately run over and killed by a car carrying three white teens. the driver told police he thought he hit a deer. his two passengers both say the 18-year-old driver steered straight for him. the driver's charged with murder. the d.a. though says there's no evidence to suggest a rainal motive. johnny butts' brother says the white local law enforcement simply don't want to know the truth. do you believe that the sheriff and the district attorney don't want to or are afraid to know the truth? >> i think they don't want to. they don't want to push that issue. >> they don't want to push race? >> i actually believe that, that they don't want to push that issue. >> reporter: that belief was confirmed to fred butts just days after his brother's death. these boys walking on the side of the road say she watched as a white jeep with
they did to law enforcement. he was telling priests not to come back to los angeles because they might be then subjected to lawsuits or subjected to law enforcement. you are saying you believe most cardinals, most people in leadership positions were counseling priests the same thing? >> i think when cardinal mahoney spoke of his behavior in the '80s and he was sincere, he said he did not know how to deal with pedophiles and didn't know how to deal with the priests. most issues he spoke of in public, most have not been confronted with and have not been told you deal with the issues you covered up. in my work in the media, 11 years i worked in roman catholic work, throughout latin america, most bishops and cardinals have participated in the behavior we are saying he was responsible for. i think it's unfair to pinpoint him because this is something the entire church has participated in, especially members of the hierarchy who did not know how to deal with it. >> right now, here in rome, everybody is talking about cardinal o'malley who went in after cardinal law, who did a miserable job, c
and a full night of news to tell you about. u.s. law enforcement has a new suspect in the killing of four americans in benghazi, libya. also tonight the scheme that claim to help veterans. it looks like a scam. we'll tell you where it happened and now. plus 62 seconds, that's how long jodi arias had after taking these photos of her boyfriend for him to attack her, her to kill him and flee. 62 seconds. hear her answer when confronted with that. and if you think you're watching a sky diver plummeting to his death, that's what his partner thought at the time. he lived. he joins us to tell us what it's like when you think you're about to live. we begin with breaking news. new details on a suspect in the benghazi attack. we know libyan authorities have picked up this man faraj al-shibli. he's the only known suspect being held in connection with the terrorist attack that claimed four american lives including the ambassador to libya. we know what the fbi justice department have not commented on. their role with the regard to the suspect. fran joins us now. what did you learn? >> anderson
of so many more people who clearly had so much to do with this. there is a law in ohio that can, you know, cause someone to be charged for failing to report a felony, and clearly, in this case, a rape is a felony. so i think we're going to see more coming out of this attorney general's investigation. >> the fact that you have now two other teenaged girls who have been arrested for making threats against this 16-year-old rape survivor is again, it's stunning. >> it's just, you know, it just leaves me speechless, anderson. again, i ask where are the parents, if your kids are following this court case and if you're watching this, has someone sat down to say in social media, there are consequences for your actions. taking these pictures, disseminating them, caused an additional charge for one of the defendants. making death threats, talking about a homicide on twitter is just plain stupid. in addition to being criminal conduct, which we heard the sheriff in this town say he's going to prosecute and take very seriously, so i hope that this is a wake-up call for the parents, the educators
, everyone. a very big night tonight, including the manhunt for the killer of a top law officer gunned down in colorado. the chief of that state's prisons. and was killed on his home on the doorstep of his home. the question is, who did it? we'll bring you the latest. >>> also tonight, children and autism. a new study puts the number at a truly eye-popping 1 in 50. previously a study said 1 in 88. has there been a dramatic increase? dr. sanjay gupta joins us. also tonight, a major break in the biggest art heist ever. precious works valued at half a billion dollars, stolen. we have an exclusive interview with a former guard from the museum where the art was taken. we'll tell you what the fbi now knows and take you inside the daring crime. >>> we begin, though, with that manhunt now a massive search for a brazen killer who walked up to the doorstep of colorado's prison chief, rang the bell and shot tom clemens dead. cas cas casey buy ant joins us. what's the latest, casey? >> reporter: the latest is, anderson, authorities are asking for help from the public. because they don't have a good sen
500 companies, major law firms, and the military. in terms of the percentage of senior leadership positions that are held by women. now, that said, i think it is clear that there still is an image problem for the catholic church when it comes to women. there is a perception that this is a patriarchal boys' club. i think one of the challenges facing pope francis and church leaders at other levels is to try to counteract that by in every way they possibly can, putting women forward in meaningful leadership positions so that people can see that the catholic church wants to hear the voice of women. >> we've got to leave it there. ashley, i appreciate you being with us. thank you, john allen and father cutie, as well. coming up, the center of the excitement as the new pope stepped out. miguel marquez was right there. what he saw, next, and what it feels like to be there. >>> and later, two american college students who had a front-row seat interned at the vatican. we'll talk to them ahead. for those nights when it's more than a bad dream, be ready. for the times you need to double-chec
's no question she was putting distance between herself and the crime. she needed law enforcement to believe she wasn't even in arizona. >> reporter: meanwhile, back in arizona, no one had seen travis alexander for days. so a handful of concerned friends went looking for him. >> travis' body had nearly 29 stab marks, including the slash across his neck from ear-to-ear. there was a gunshot wound over his right eyebrow and massive amounts of blood all over the bedroom suite and splattered all over the bathroom. the sink. the mirror. the floor. his friends had immediate suspicions about who did it. >> reporter: but when investigators reached jodi by phone, she insisted she'd be nowhere near mesa for months. this was version one. >> reporter: as the phone call ended, jodi offered a final thought. >> what if i just come down there? what if i never move? >> but hair, a hand print and pictures show jodi had been in travis alexander's house the day he died. >> by now, it was july. jodi was in police custody, but she was still sticking to version number one. >> reporter: then, the very next day, jodi cha
Search Results 0 to 19 of about 20 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)